A Michelin-starred restaurant from Hong Kong will also be opening at Pacific Plaza this month

It has been only about three months or so since the inaugural Singapore’s Michelin Guide awarded the top restaurants (according to them) but it seems like the hype isn’t about die down anytime soon, especially with our Michelin-starred hawker stall opening a new restaurant and rumours that the inspectors have already begun their rounds at restaurants for next year’s guide. Now, joining the critically acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurant Tsuta at Pacific Plaza, is the iconic Kam’s Roast Goose from Hong Kong.

Kam’s Roast Goose earned its Michelin star in 2015 and was founded by the Yung Kee family,  a household name in the restaurant scene over in Hong Kong. After the passing of owner Kam Shui Fai, there was a lengthy legal dispute on who would own the restaurant, which led to the establishment being liquidated.

Now, his grandchild Hardy Kam is continuing the legacy with Kam’s Roast Goose, and we are excited about this new opening which will open on Nov 19 just next to Tsuta. However, we won’t be able to dig into their roast goose (which is their showstopper dish) as they are still in the midst of finding a goose supplier. Looks like we’ll just have to settle for roast duck for the time being.